|Venue name:||Dr Johnson's House||Contact:|
17 Gough Square
|Opening hours:||£4.50, £3.50 concs (over 60, student or registered unemployed), £1.50 children (age 5-17), £10 family, under-fives free|
|Transport:||Tube: Chancery Lane|
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This where Johnson wrote his famous Dictionary which was published in 1755. The house also hosts lectures and it is well worth a visit.
An utterly charming old town-house located in the heart of the City; of London's many small museums, this is one of the best.
Tucked away in the City. Step back in time and see, hear and feel how London was in the 18th century. Anyone that speaks English would appreciate the genious of Samuel Johnson
Exceptional example of late 17th-century architecture thoughtfully presented to the public. A wealth of information on words and Georgian London with an exciting programme of events and a remarkably welcoming and intelligent Curator
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